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Fig. S1 Germination results for field-collected Centaurea diffusa seeds.

Table S1 Native Centaurea diffusa population information

Table S2 Invasive Centaurea diffusa population information

Table S3 Test statistics for all traits measured in the broad common garden, from range differentiation models of phenotypes of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden

Table S4 Means and confidence intervals for all traits estimated from range differentiation models of phenotypes of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden

Table S5 Means and confidence intervals for all traits estimated from range differentiation models of phenotypes of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden, after one generation

Table S6 Test statistics for all traits measured in the maternal common garden from range differentiation models of phenotypes of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden, after one generation in the glasshouse

Table S7 Z ratios and parameter estimates from explicit trade-off models for Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden which included a significant interaction between origin and control treatment performance (control shoot mass)

Table S8 Effect of origin, latitude, and constitutive defense on herbivore preference of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden, across two generations

Table S9 Z ratios and parameter estimates from range differentiation models of Centaurea diffusa grown in a common garden which included a significant interaction between origin and latitude